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#1806 of 1938 Re: Lower control arm [v11lestat]
May 22, 2009 (5:19 pm)
thanks for your help. I have a 2003 santa fe. I was in touch with hyundai america, about a month ago. They said my vehicle was not involved, due to the manufacturer date. when i went for my oil change, in april, the dealership refused to look at any possible problems, without a charge, as there was no recall for my vehicle, relating I should wait, to see if a recall notice, is sent to me.
#1807 of 1938 hyundai santa fe 2.0 turbo diesel 03 reg 55.000 miles
Jul 09, 2009 (9:47 am)
wont start in mornings put new glow plugs in ,new dripp pipes,will start with a bit of easy start through airbox,once started engine fine there is no back fire or black smoke when started ,now the car has cut out on me twice in one day just driving along and engine just stoped,had to wait about 3or 4 mins before i could start it again,engine management light come on got a reading from rac they said the code was 0009 fault can bus shorting fault has any body had same problem or can any one help regards chris
#1808 of 1938 Programing door opening fob
Jul 10, 2009 (11:32 am)
I have a new door opening fob that I need to reprogram for my 2004 SF. Does anyone know how to do it?
#1809 of 1938 Replacing Shock Absorbers
Jul 10, 2009 (11:36 am)
I need to replace my shock absorbers in my 2004 SF. What are some good manufactures and specific models that I can ask the mecnanic to install?
#1810 of 1938 Re: Replacing Shock Absorbers [teacher447]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Jul 10, 2009 (4:34 pm)
I'd check on factory shock prices. OEM shocks were designed for your particular vehicle while aftermarket shocks tend to be designed to fit multiple makes and models.
#1811 of 1938 2001 santa fe odb trouble code kwp2000 what is the deff of this code i
Aug 20, 2009 (9:17 am)
Help me my santa fe has the code kwp 2000
and i cant find any info on that code any place
kwp2000 2001 hyundi santa fe odb code ?????
#1812 of 1938 Re: 2001 santa fe odb trouble code kwp2000 what is the deff of this code i [sincityducatii]
Aug 20, 2009 (10:30 am)
That's odd. Are you trying to reprogram your ECU? the kwp2000 is a unit designed to reprogram the ECU.
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#1813 of 1938 Need some help...
Aug 27, 2009 (4:24 am)
I have a 2004 Santa Fe 3.5 V6 2wd with approx. 66,000mi. I just seen my check engine light come on this morning going to work. I'm wondering what simple things I can check and replace to fix this problem. I know that it could be a whole slew of things, but was hoping I could check some things myself before heading to a mechanic. I'm fairly hands-on but am by no means a car mechanic. The last time the check engine came on it had to do with emissions and it cost me a lot of $$. I noticed at that time that it was affecting my gas mileage before the engine light came on, so I knew something wasn't right. This time it just happened outta the blue and my mileage doesn't seem to be affected. So, with this info., would anyone have any suggestions as what to look at first and possibly do for myself? Thank you to all!
#1814 of 1938 Santa Fe 2003
Sep 03, 2009 (10:31 am)
Has anyone had problems with the car not starting? I've had the battery, alternator and started check and all is well. After a couple of hours the car will start. I am thinking its an electrical problem and know that the cost is going to skyrocket.
#1815 of 1938 Re: Santa Fe 2003 [heidyrm]
Sep 03, 2009 (1:00 pm)
I would have the battery checked again. If you haven't changed the battery since you bought the car in 2003, then it is probably time to get a replacement regardless. Just a thought. Also, check the normal things like corrosion, and acid on top of the battery, etc. If you replace the battery, wash the carrier with a baking soda and water solution. If anything foams, you know you have had some acid leaking somewhere.